Location: Germantown, Tennessee

Conference: AAA Region 8 District 15

Record (2013-2017): 94-2-4

There are winning programs and then there are the programs so dominant that rivals try to make up excuses to not play them.

That’s where the women of Houston High School come in.

With a 94% win rate, I’m not even sure there is a way to game plan for them. Before the game, its kind of just a question about how they want to beat you, not if. When you dive deeper into the program statistics, it really just gets crazier and crazier.

Bottom line: Coach David Wolff has done a magnificent job building a program that athletes seek out to come play for.

Not only that, it’s more impressive with how much importance is usually put on the club side of the game. Yes, people still care about the high school programs around the country, but often high school coaches are stuck taking a back seat to some European club coach that swears he has the remedies to get every one of his girls to college.

Overall, these girls can straight ball though.

Best Season:


Believe it or not, this is actually my least favorite part about writing these.

Of course it’s fun to look back at all of the stats and records, but I’m sure me playing God on this one might tick a few people off from this year’s class. But what can I do?

Anyways, these girls were amazing.

Undefeated? Check. State Championship? Check. Out of state win? Check.

Yes, we are splitting hairs here but this team was just amazing. The talent alone was enough to make a hall of fame team for most other high schools.

Why We Chose Them:

I mentioned this before, but getting girls to play both club AND high school is harder than you think.

Most prospects only think about college recruitment so they put more emphasis on the club side of things, but there is something special about having your high school’s name across your chest and bringing pride to your fellow students.

Also, Coach Wolff has built a dynasty that people know across the country. They might not have won the national championship yet, but just wait a year, these girls are coming for it.